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SFGTV2
Sep 29, 2010 12:30am PDT
above sea level. obviously that bridge will not be functional for much longer into the future. so we are in a mode of looking at prevention but we are also looking at adaptation. because we have no choice. we have to be doing both at the same time. we also, i think, need to be looking not only at the quantity of supplies of things but also of quality when it comes to our water supply the aqua duct that supplies southern california, the state water project owned aqua duct is also vulnerable to small levels of -- small amounts of sea level rise which could breach the levies in the san francisco sacramento bay delta region. so we are intimately tied to and connected to that overall city. our plan is simply to work with everybody we can find, every partner we can find, to try to find ways to address these issues, to help with funding and to make sure that we are aware of the science to be doing some proactive planning on our own system, and of course to be supporting legislation that will lead to the kinds of dramatic reductions in emissions which will, we hope and trust, help to avert s
SFGTV2
Sep 1, 2010 12:30am PDT
, the state water project owned aqua duct is also vulnerable to small levels of -- small amounts of sea level rise which could breach the levies in the san francisco sacramento bay delta region. so we are intimately tied to and connected to that overall city. our plan is simply to work with everybody we can find, every partner we can find, to try to find ways to address these issues, to help with funding and to make sure that we are aware of the science to be doing some proactive planning on our own system, and of course to be supporting legislation that will lead to the kinds of dramatic reductions in emissions which will, we hope and trust, help to avert some of the worst impacts of climate change in the future. but the fact is that climate change is not only real, it is in fact happening and so we are dealing with it right now. the three speakers that are on my panel are all people who are coping in various ways and helping to be part of the solution. i'm going to just briefly introduce all three of them in order you have their biographies in your booklets so i won't read them to you
SFGTV2
Sep 22, 2010 12:30am PDT
vulnerable to small levels of -- small amounts of sea level rise which could breach the levies in the san francisco sacramento bay delta region. so we are intimately tied to and connected to that overall city. our plan is simply to work with everybody we can find, every partner we can find, to try to find ways to address these issues, to help with funding and to make sure that we are aware of the science to be doing some proactive planning on our own system, and of course to be supporting legislation that will lead to the kinds of dramatic reductions in emissions which will, we hope and trust, help to avert some of the worst impacts of climate change in the future. but the fact is that climate change is not only real, it is in fact happening and so we are dealing with it right now. the three speakers that are on my panel are all people who are coping in various ways and helping to be part of the solution. i'm going to just briefly introduce all three of them in order you have their biographies in your booklets so i won't read them to you. i will simply point out if you can't read the name
SFGTV2
Sep 8, 2010 12:30am PDT
project owned aqua duct is also vulnerable to small levels of -- small amounts of sea level rise which could breach the levies in the san francisco sacramento bay delta region. so we are intimately tied to and connected to that overall city. our plan is simply to work with everybody we can find, every partner we can find, to try to find ways to address these issues, to help with funding and to make sure that we are aware of the science to be doing some proactive planning on our own system, and of course to be supporting legislation that will lead to the kinds of dramatic reductions in emissions which will, we hope and trust, help to avert some of the worst impacts of climate change in the future. but the fact is that climate change is not only real, it is in fact happening and so we are dealing with it right now. the three speakers that are on my panel are all people who are coping in various ways and helping to be part of the solution. i'm going to just briefly introduce all three of them in order you have their biographies in your booklets so i won't read them to you. i will simply p
PBS
Sep 24, 2010 7:00pm PDT
after his trawler collided with a japanese patrol ship off the senkaku islands in the east china sea. >> the prosecutor cited that given an impact on the japanese public and future relations with china they decided it is not appropriate to detain the captain any longer. they said the captain will be released after proceedings are completed. japan's chief cabinet secretary says the government understands the decision taken by prosecutors. the government received a report from the naha district public prosecutors office that the decision was in line with japan's criminal laws. >> he said prime minister naoto kan was informed of the decision through his secretaries and that china was informed through diplomatic channels after the prosecutors announced the decision. sengoku said the standoff threatened to harm ties between the two countries. he called for a renewal for efforts to improve mr. strategic and beneficially bilateral relations. a chinese foreign ministry spokesperson says china will send a chartered plane to get the captain. >>> on secptember 7 japanese trauler collided. the j
SFGTV2
Sep 29, 2010 4:00am PDT
always talk about sea level rise and i heard a couple of orders of magnitude of estimates this morning and one of them was more like this where this is the more conservative,ip sfpuc, estimate where the change in sea level you were told sea levels are rising by about half a foot. we can expect that at least probably. but we could see an accelerated rise of maybe three or four times that according to,ip sfpuc. instead of half a foot we could see three feet. you know out here at fort point here in san francisco. first of all we don't know what the climate is doing to do, but secondly, the way ice gets dumped into the ocean from the land based - well sea level rises from one, the water gets warmer and inflates because it's density is less and that's well understood and handled by climate models. what's not well handled is the fact that when ice gets shed from green land and antarctica, there's 70 levels that if it all melted would raise sea levels but the problem is it's not like an ice cube where we're shining a lamp on it to watch it drip. it might slip. we're seeing more and more of th
SFGTV2
Sep 8, 2010 4:00am PDT
- we always talk about sea level rise and i heard a couple of orders of magnitude of estimates this morning and one of them was more like this where this is the more conservative,ip sfpuc, estimate where the change in sea level you were told sea levels are rising by about half a foot. we can expect that at least probably. but we could see an accelerated rise of maybe three or four times that according to,ip sfpuc. instead of half a foot we could see three feet. you know out here at fort point here in san francisco. first of all we don't know what the climate is doing to do, but secondly, the way ice gets dumped into the ocean from the land based - well sea level rises from one, the water gets warmer and inflates because it's density is less and that's well understood and handled by climate models. what's not well handled is the fact that when ice gets shed from green land and antarctica, there's 70 levels that if it all melted would raise sea levels but the problem is it's not like an ice cube where we're shining a lamp on it to watch it drip. it might slip. we're seeing more and mo
SFGTV2
Sep 22, 2010 4:00am PDT
was - we always talk about sea level rise and i heard a couple of orders of magnitude of estimates this morning and one of them was more like this where this is the more conservative,ip sfpuc, estimate where the change in sea level you were told sea levels are rising by about half a foot. we can expect that at least probably. but we could see an accelerated rise of maybe three or four times that according to,ip sfpuc. instead of half a foot we could see three feet. you know out here at fort point here in san francisco. first of all we don't know what the climate is doing to do, but secondly, the way ice gets dumped into the ocean from the land based - well sea level rises from one, the water gets warmer and inflates because it's density is less and that's well understood and handled by climate models. what's not well handled is the fact that when ice gets shed from green land and antarctica, there's 70 levels that if it all melted would raise sea levels but the problem is it's not like an ice cube where we're shining a lamp on it to watch it drip. it might slip. we're seeing more a
SFGTV2
Sep 1, 2010 4:00am PDT
here. and next one, please. and this was - we always talk about sea level rise and i heard a couple of orders of magnitude of estimates this morning and one of them was more like this where this is the more conservative,ip sfpuc, estimate where the change in sea level you were told sea levels are rising by about half a foot. we can expect that at least probably. but we could see an accelerated rise of maybe three or four times that according to,ip sfpuc. instead of half a foot we could see three feet. you know out here at fort point here in san francisco. first of all we don't know what the climate is doing to do, but secondly, the way ice gets dumped into the ocean from the land based - well sea level rises from one, the water gets warmer and inflates because it's density is less and that's well understood and handled by climate models. what's not well handled is the fact that when ice gets shed from green land and antarctica, there's 70 levels that if it all melted would raise sea levels but the problem is it's not like an ice cube where we're shining a lamp on it to watch it drip. i
SFGTV2
Sep 11, 2010 1:00am PDT
in burials, and you had to walk 600 miles to get it, down to the sea of cortez, the water that's in between baja and the main land of mexico. and i tracked routes all the way down to the border over years and then across the mexican border into sonora and then it a place called penacate and then a dune, 5,000 square miles of sand dunes, a beautiful landscape, but no water out there. but pottery, broken pottery all over in certain places and pieces of shell left behind where you could see that the people were crossing these dunes to the sea and picking up shell and then crossing back and then moving it up to phoenix and then from phoenix distributing it throughout the rest of the southwest. the first trip i took out there, we hit this mountain range right at the edge of the dunes. and we were carrying, i don't know, on that trip we were maybe carrying 80 or 90 pounds of water and moving it out to the sand and then we'd drop a cache and then go back and get more water and drop a cache. we were trying to get to the sea of cortez, that was one of the things on our mind, but this landsca
KRON
Sep 4, 2010 7:00am PDT
bring us increase sea breeze when this. with fog coverage and cooler temperatures. cooler today, cooler on sunday and only 86, inland on sundays. we are going to see some of warming as we go into labor day. their reversal. at the sea breezes will be eliminated and the warmer dry air will warm out to dry air. and a perfect weather for labor day, and not too stifling. 84 are run the bay shore, and 70's on the bayshore we can look forward to that. as for this morning, to backtrack to to the extent of the fog. >> at 5:00 a.m., the fog track reached the delta and the bay shore and to slow to appeal back. and to the north, the fog is up there and you can see that it is starting to clear. by 9:00 a.m. it will be returning to the coastline and up and down the coast that is where it will remain this afternoon. no breaks of sunshine but sunny to the north bay by 10:00 a.m. to 85 degrees in the santa rosa, 80 degrees in napa, and great weather to visit the winery's. and the temperatures are cooler in this 57 degrees in half moon bay, and the winds are going to be blustery. low 70's and the most pa
SFGTV2
Sep 8, 2010 1:00am PDT
and essentially protects the whole of the essential london area from rising sea levels. this will have to be replaced with a much bigger barrier in the future and starts have already been made on planning and estimating costs. it will be totally impossible to defend all coastal areas from sea level rise in the future. it is only the high value areas where we will be able to afford such protection from coastal changes. in our urban areas as well, as i said, we will not be able to afford simply to increase the size of our infrastructure to deal with the increased storm events we will see as a result of climate change. this is a picture of severe flooding in glasgo, scotland in 2002. you can see the contribution that the drainage system is making here. you can see the water streaming out of the drainage system on to the surface. the flood event showed the urban system was full to capacity approximately 20 minutes into the storm. it only conveyed something like 20 percent of the flood water. the storm lasted for about 4 hours. 80 percent of the flood flow was conveyed on the surface.
SFGTV2
Sep 29, 2010 1:00am PDT
essential london area from rising sea levels. this will have to be replaced with a much bigger barrier in the future and starts have already been made on planning and estimating costs. it will be totally impossible to defend all coastal areas from sea level rise in the future. it is only the high value areas where we will be able to afford such protection from coastal changes. in our urban areas as well, as i said, we will not be able to afford simply to increase the size of our infrastructure to deal with the increased storm events we will see as a result of climate change. this is a picture of severe flooding in glasgo, scotland in 2002. you can see the contribution that the drainage system is making here. you can see the water streaming out of the drainage system on to the surface. the flood event showed the urban system was full to capacity approximately 20 minutes into the storm. it only conveyed something like 20 percent of the flood water. the storm lasted for about 4 hours. 80 percent of the flood flow was conveyed on the surface. this is a good example, this is a hundr
SFGTV2
Sep 15, 2010 1:00am PDT
number of years and essentially protects the whole of the essential london area from rising sea levels. this will have to be replaced with a much bigger barrier in the future and starts have already been made on planning and estimating costs. it will be totally impossible to defend all coastal areas from sea level rise in the future. it is only the high value areas where we will be able to afford such protection from coastal changes. in our urban areas as well, as i said, we will not be able to afford simply to increase the size of our infrastructure to deal with the increased storm events we will see as a result of climate change. this is a picture of severe flooding in glasgo, scotland in 2002. you can see the contribution that the drainage system is making here. you can see the water streaming out of the drainage system on to the surface. the flood event showed the urban system was full to capacity approximately 20 minutes into the storm. it only conveyed something like 20 percent of the flood water. the storm lasted for about 4 hours. 80 percent of the flood flow was conveyed on th
SFGTV2
Sep 18, 2010 2:00am PDT
good with brotherhood from sea to shining sea. oh beautiful for spacious skies for amber waves of grain. for purple mountain majesties, above the fruit and plains, america, america, america god shed his grace on thee. and crown the thy good with brotherhood from sea to shining sea. [singing]. >> at the beginning of every event we sing the philippino and national anthem. we shall have some [inaudible], that is company and dancers group, they are going to sing the philippine national anthem. >> i am going to read 2 or 3 paragraphs, my last farewell, our national hero. and in english. fair farewell to a stranger who brightens my well. farewell to all who i love to die is to rest. >> thank you. [applause]. [ foreign speaking ] [singing]. [applause] thank you very much. >> patricia leanne caldwell born in tennessee. daughter of robert and irma. at age of 3 moved to missouri and returned when she was 12 years old. patricia grew up with segregation and injustices which she writes about. she spent many countless hours in the nashville public library. it was her family life that was bounti
SFGTV2
Sep 4, 2010 1:00am PDT
burials, and you had to walk 600 miles to get it, down to the sea of cortez, the water that's in between baja and the main land of mexico. and i tracked routes all the way down to the border over years and then across the mexican border into sonora and then it a place called penacate and then a dune, 5,000 square miles of sand dunes, a beautiful landscape, but no water out there. but pottery, broken pottery all over in certain places and pieces of shell left behind where you could see that the people were crossing these dunes to the sea and picking up shell and then crossing back and then moving it up to phoenix and then from phoenix distributing it throughout the rest of the southwest. the first trip i took out there, we hit this mountain range right at the edge of the dunes. and we were carrying, i don't know, on that trip we were maybe carrying 80 or 90 pounds of water and moving it out to the sand and then we'd drop a cache and then go back and get more water and drop a cache. we were trying to get to the sea of cortez, that was one of the things on our mind, but this landscape, it s
ABC
Sep 15, 2010 11:35pm EDT
serving of fruit. but it just tastes like fruit. v8. what's yournumber? >>> in the odyssey, the sea god poseidon summons the fury of the ocean to terrorize the hero and his men, the waves come out of nowhere. the story's of another age, but ocean goers today says the sea is breeding more of those waves. here's bob woodruff. >> reporter: they are the giants of the ocean. deadly, hard to predict, and maybe more common than you think. the crew of the deadliest catch encountered a rogue wave in the middle of the night. but it's not just fishermen that suffer poe sighseidonposeidon's wrath. so do students on the popular school program semester at sea. and spectators get a shocking ride at a maverick surfing competition. >> for the longest time, no one knew they were out there. >> reporter: they'd never been seefr been? >> no, they hadn't been seen. nobody leaves the stories. >> reporter: sue say casey, an author and journalist, who has been covering surfing for years, became fascinated with rogue waves. she couldn't get over one little known fact. >> sometimes the ships don't even have t
Univision
Sep 26, 2010 4:30pm EDT
sea una extensiÓn de su casa. por ejemplo llevaba meses buscando una perraque no desentonara con su mansiÓn y viendolas juntas es difÍcil determinar cuÁndo termina una y empieza otra. >> ¿me puedo parar? >> yo me sentÍ bien, me encanta. la perra quiso volver a entrar. >> cuando es el amor que necesita paz y tranquilidad el tener una mansiÓn para refugiarse no parece mala idea. no hay nada mejor que vivir una vida de perros impacprimal men perros. >> son perros extremadamente consentidos. algunas de esas casas son mÁs grandes que un baÑo de una casa normal. estas toer impactoprimÁ bien de reyes, ojalÁ sepan disfrutarla. nos vamos de impacmochprima el salvador, toer impprimer impacÍ? >> $ 25 para arriba. >> perfecto para un mochilero. >> una soda o cafÉ 50 centavos. >> muy cerca estÁ el puerto la libertad, aquÍ los pescadores vender lo que recogen en las aguas del pacÍfico. >> veo el programa, mucho gusto. >> es especÍfico de esta regiÓn? >> sÍ. >> ¿tiene mucha espina? >> no. >> asÍ saludan a sus compatriotas ausentes. >> habla un pescador. er impactoprimer impacto
PBS
Sep 7, 2010 5:00pm PDT
a japanese patrol ship off the senkaku islands off the east china sea tuesday. coast guard officials say the trawler was operating in japanese waters. they also say the fishing boat ignored a warning to stop and collided with the two patrol ships as it fled. the fishing boat eventually stopped outside japanese waters and coast guard officials boarded the trawler to question its crew. the officialsoncluded that the captain intentionally rammed his boat into e of the patrol ships to obstruct the inspection. chinese fishing boats are frequently seen in japan's exclusive economic zone near the islands, and the coast guard repeatedly calls on them to halt operations. the senkaku islands are also claimed by china and taiwan. >>> now responding to the ship collision, the japanese foreign ministry summoned a senior official of the chinese embassy to the foreign ministry on tuesday and launched a protest. calling the chinese trawlers' act vicious and regrettable the rin min stree requested that china step up its instructions on fishing boats operating near japanese waters. later in the evenin
KRON
Sep 28, 2010 4:30pm PDT
south bay. pay attention to this half moon bay at 66 degrees or already starting to see sea breeze winds come back and that will continue tomorrow with the cool air filter into the bay shore the temperatures will drop significantly. rate now were up everywhere except at the clothesline temperatures up eight degrees in oakland, six in redwood city, few degrees warmer inland him saving in the south bay north bay. bad degrees cooler along the coast line banks to the sea breeze winds of those will pick up tomorrow. deceive and clear in all conditions of fog is sitting off shore it will make it to the coast line overnight so by tomorrow morning will have a coastal fog will be terribly expensive but were hoping for in and see is the sea breeze winds the cool filtering into our bay shore will close down 5 to 15 degrees cooler. it will be warm in our inland spots 96 enormous in the location that's still better than triple digits today. the cooling trend will continue through the rest the week of details coming up in your extended forecast a bit pureed >> 6:00 a.m. in the bay area is growin
FOX
Sep 5, 2010 11:00pm PDT
people who want to preserve it. we will also take you under the sea where this man deliberately swims with great white sharks relying only on his wits for protection. and talk to a man who barely survived a great white shark attack all up ahead on "second look." >> hello, everyone, i'm frank somerville. there was a place only seven miles from san francisco. in fact, few people who live in the bay area have ever been there, either. it is the farylon islands. they are also a federal wildlife reserve and off-limits to nearly everyone except researchers. now, this is the time of year when the great white sharks begin patrolling the waters off our coast and that includes the farylons. they have been finding abundant food supplies near the island because of a weather cycle which could explain our weather cycle. back in 2004 ktvu's john fowler talked to the people who tracked that area mere in the bay area. re. >> reporter: re took a spectacular on the research vessel sheerwater. scientists are investigating a phenomenon 30 miles west of san francisco on the farylon islands. it is part of th
NBC
Sep 2, 2010 4:30am PDT
morning. 66 in san jose. 68 in san francisco. the wind is light. no sea breeze yet. and with that warm running start to the day, we will see a hot day around san francisco. lunch time approaching 90 around the peninsula. inland temperatures, lots of 90s by noon. by 4:00, the coast and san francisco cools off, the tri valley close to 100. los gatos also near 100. cooler weather arrives starting tomorrow. labor day weekend, highs back into the 70s and 80s. >> want to take an early look at the commute with mike. >> good morning. taking you to the south bay where we had an earlier accident that just cleared. chp minutes ago reporting the northbound 280 on-ramp at 4th street clearing just after an accident at 3:30. they removed a car and some degree. we have construction effecting an on-ramp for northbound 101 at blossom hill is closed until 6:00, and capital expressway off-ramp is closed until 6:00 as well. you are still able to travel north and south 101 through san jose. typical slow spots for overnight construction until about 5:00. >>> investigators are trying to come up with a po
Univision
Sep 25, 2010 11:00pm EDT
cortesÍa. temen que sea el argumento que r p.i ap.i extrap.i extrap.i ext prisiÓn por p.i ap.i extrap.i ea [♪mÚsica♪] >> cuando una persona tiene un accidente cerebrovascular sin tener los facvores de riesgo aparentes, los expertos buscan si fue causado por tener p.i a hueco en el corazÓn. >> aaron se llevÓ una mala sorpresa hace pocas semanas. >> sentÍ... algo raro en mi brazo izquierdo, dormido. la parte izquierda de mi cara dormida y traobservÉ que mi lab inferior se me fue abajo. y al mismo tiempo no tenÍa control de mis manos. p.i exediatamente afue extrap.ha p.mergenp.donde trai extrlep.iÍ cerebrovascular. >> yo pensÉ que estaba en mi mejor p.i exp.tratiempo porque gimnasio, estaba cocmiendo sano. comiendo sano. sentÍ que el mundo se me cayÓ en un segundo. >> sin embargo, por ser tan joven, sospecharon que se tratÓ de un hueco en el corazÓn.a >> los neurÓlogos nos piden que busquemos una causa para personas jÓvenese. en muchas se detectta detecta que tienen este hueco en el coraston. en cuyo caso nos piden que lo cerremos para que no haya mÁs coÁgulos. >> segÚ
Univision
Sep 2, 2010 5:00am PDT
para entonces espera estar recuperada y ojalá que así sea >> tremendo regalo le hizo marc anthony a su hija diana al cumplir 15 años. le organizó una fiesta en orlando y la sorprendió con un auto nuevo. >> marc anthony asistió con jennifer lópez y con sus dos hijos que tuvo con tallo nada d torres. fueron presentados en conjunto. >> nos amplían un poquito más. así que tony ¿cómo les fue? qué tal? >> estamos en el estudio de sábados gigantes y se reunieron los kconcursantes de "mira quié baila". >> estoy e momocionada, feliz, rumba, muchos desafíos y divertirme. >> diana reyes y derbez compartieron camarín. en principio era muy fuerte. y estaba relajado. es demasiado nervioso. niurka marcos. y el resto lo igualaron. o sea, que está casi. los encontramos en un lugar en dónde le huyen. tienen muchas sorpresas en "mira quién habla". >> nacho camacho y quiere decir. >> no tiene nada. >> camacho le propuse ser el tra tu traductor. >> ¿cuánto me vas a pagar para ser tu productor? >> mitad y mitad. >> ¿de qué? >> de algo. >> el ambiente es pura camaradas. >> siempre se
ABC
Sep 26, 2010 5:00am PDT
because of the heat yesterday, but we will be looking at a bit of a sea breeze today. in fact the relative humidity is up along our coast with the marine layer around 300 feet. temperatures coming down at the coast. sea breeze will be at the immediate coast. changes here, but little change around the bay and inland and 80s and 90s and hotter day tomorrow. >>> today is a day off for the cleanup crews in san bruno. work was done in the disaster zone yesterday. 29 of the 35 residents who lost their homes have signed a liability waiver that includes a guarantee they won't have any out-of-pocket expenses. pg&e says it will ultimately pick up the estimated $60,000 cost per house. they hope to have the cleanup done before the rainy season begins. governor swarzenegger discussed the san bruno disaster in his weekly radio address. he is promising a full investigation. >> this case you have to have a panel. i can't rely on pg&e or puc. i want to have experts to go in there and examine and to improve the oversight and safety of our gas pipelines. >> pg&e officials have been called to testify
Telemundo
Sep 8, 2010 11:00pm PDT
miedo y a veces puede causar que el muchacho diga algo que no sea cierto o brinde mas informacion que no sea necesario en la organizacion carecen aplauden la idea pues dicen que no son pocas las quejas que reciben. reciben. de repente lo que hace la policia es no solamente intimidarlos, pero expulsarlos y no decirles exactamente porque y si estan siendo arrestados, a donde los van a llevar y si son menores de edad si pueden llamar a su mama el panfleto ha sido publicado en cinco idiomas incluido espanol y fue hecho entre varias organizaciones comunitarias y el departamento de policia.. policia.. incluyen cuales son los derechos de los jovenes menores de edad y por igual los padres con relacion a los hijos hijas que han sido detenidos o arrestados por la policia y no es solo este panfleto,ahora esta informacion tambien ha sido remitida a todos los oficiales de policia a traves de un boletin especial 2:13:33 2:13:33 crea un numero de pasos que la policia tiene que tomar y entrenamiento para la policia de como tiene que lidiar cuando esta lidiando con una persona joven que ha cometid
PBS
Sep 8, 2010 5:00pm PDT
the incident or accident including the poor quality of cement used to contain hydrocarbons at the sea bottom and the rig crew's delay in noticing irregular ates. outgoing bp representative tony hayward says a series of events led to the tragedy. he insisted transocean and others are responsible. transocean immediately issued a comment calling the report a self-serve attempt to conceal the real cause of the explosion that started the disaster. it said bp had made a series of cost-saving decisions that increased the risk of an accident. the accident in april in the gulf of mexico left 11 dead and started a huge oil spill that lasted over three months. >>> u.s. president barack obama has announced an additional $180 billion in economic stimulus measures including massive tax breaks on corporate investment. the announcement comes ahead of u.s. congressional elections in november. >> hello, everybody. the truth is, progress has been painfully slow. millions of americans remain unemployed. >> in a speech in ohio on wednesday, the u.s. president proposed a special one-time tax exemption for
NBC
Sep 27, 2010 6:00pm PDT
. of 113 degrees. looking at the temperatures now, plenty of 90s. 103 in gilroy. no signs of a sea breeze, which is impacting the air qualifity. let's show you what you can expect in terms of the winds. we're waiting for sea breeze to pick up. it's just not there this evening. the wind slightly onshore. as you can see, the headlines we have tomorrow morning, we're going to get off to a warm start. mostly 60s. high temperatures soaring into the 100s. george joins us and it's not just the heat, but the air quality that would lead to public health issues. >> on spare the air day, what we're hearing is this. give me some air because it's hard for people to breathe out here. combine the high temperatures and unhealthy air and that makes it difficult for people with asthma and respiratory problems. the management district is offering this slogan, help spare the air. take public transit. it is not free during spare a ha air. if you're going to the beach, don't barbecue with charcoals, do it with gas. some people are just trying survive. >> the air is heavier, so you take more of a breath.
Univision
Sep 2, 2010 11:00pm PDT
el ñxito en chile a no ser de que seas futbolista. >> el presidente de mñxico reconoció el recrudecimiento de la violencia en mñxico , y dice que esto no se revolvará facilmente , más de 28 mil muertos en todo el pais país.y vamos con edgardo quijano y el deporte . >> la nfl, y los seleccionados mexicanos no sese sienten bien jugando en pasto sintñtico, más detalles al regresar .cc1: >> haty renuncias en la selección mexa mexicana.el franco renunció , y el tri dicee que antes del partido con ecuador dijeron que prefieren lo natural. >> yo prefiero que sea natural como los grandes del mundo, una fallita en el campo. >> ami me lastima mi espada y rodillas, pero en invierno si lo hacemos, a,que brindaremos lo mejor. >> el clima todo es como en casa, y estar cerca de tu familia . >> y en españa , el ex tñcnico de la selecciñon de mñxico , se dice que es un rumor para llamar la altención y los yanquis de nueva york son derribados, kurtis qanderson , 2 jonrones , yanquis 0 atlñticos 0 los partidos de exhibiciñon de la nfl se juegan en seattle , los forty ninteen ,
Univision
Sep 2, 2010 5:00am EDT
demasiado nervioso. niurka marcos. y el resto lo igualaron. o sea, que está casi. los encontramos en un lugar en dónde le huyen. tienen muchas sorpresas en "mira quién . extrap. imp. extrap. imp. ext de septiembre a losp. ip. i 8/7 llenos de ritmo, continuamos ahora de "primer impacto." >> solamente basta esperar que llegue el formato. >> en ct(m-fápri estr á bapajocf arrest arresto. >> también desestiman la demanda. >> juan luis guerra yp. imptra >> gracias. >> bueno, así pasamos al segmento de deportes y nos acompaña nuestro querido félix hernández. >> no hay que hablar como la cota cotorra. >> se dice que habla. >> muchísimo gusto y a ustedes también. >> hoy día les traigo una invitación para una final que tendremos esta noche en nuestra cadena, además un ruso regresa a dirigir a méxico, también daremos un vistazo por el fútbol europa y nos pondremos al día en el campeonato mundial de baloncesto. adelante. >> arrancamos con el fútbol esta noche que se juega la gran final en el torneo súper liga. new england revolucion, ya ganó la copa en la edición 2008 y bus
SFGTV2
Sep 10, 2010 4:30am PDT
airplane i look at the map. flights intersect. travel miles and seas, hours and clouds, a window bird trills by my bed. power lines crisscross streets like threads in the sky. a book of lives is a month of saturdays, a sea-- seahorse from per ru, perfume at my neck. look inside a red suitcase. you'll find letters to no one, objects found and lost, a plastic white fan, contradictory j. -- jade green, city grids, the last bite of an ice cream cone. these are all my names. i savor these words on the tip of my tongue. a book of lives lived in my right hand. i caught your pen in the other. all the rivers flower into the sea. thank you. [cheers and applause] >> next up is -- next up is marcela ortiz. >> ok. this is the first time i'm reading in front of people. ok. all right. this is a poem to my mom. you're nothing but a group of coffee klatching women. 19 years and the only image that i can think of what i hearl my mother's voice is rosie the riveter with her hand balled up in a fist and her hand underneath her face. coffee klatching women? a bunch of old grandmothers who sit in sewing si
Univision
Sep 4, 2010 11:00pm PDT
dólares >> esto es bien caro aun que sea la primera vez , más de 10 mil dólares , la policía ha reportado en la bahía que han bajado esto comparado con el fin de semana feriado del aos pasado , esto paso en la ciudad de san francisco pero terminara en la mañana pero seguirá en los 9 condados hasta el lunes a las 12 >> hay que ser responsable , ahora en el estado de arizona voluntarios están dando a conocer abuso a hispano , estos caso de residentes se dieron ala patrulla de la frontera y paso desde la ley sb1070 de inmigración , ahora desde tucson. >> ella la voluntario de yoy testigo , campaña para decir el abuso de la policía no ha parado de responder el telñfono >> estamos recibiendo información de esto de personas que sufren esto , son deportado por estos , dice que aumento esto con la ley sb1070 de inmigración , aun que se freno , pues sigue , la policía ya no pedía documentos , los de estos grupos están documentando esto con cámaras , la policía lo hace dicen >> 'la señora paso un alto , ella la retuvieron por mucho tiempo , perdió la cartera , esto esta pasando en
SFGTV2
Sep 8, 2010 12:00am PDT
. and our moderator of our first panel, which is rising seas and coastal challenges, that moderator of our first panel is mary d. nichols. she is currently director of the ucla institute of the environment. she was appointed by mayor antonio villarugoso, commissioner of los angeles and serves as its president through september, 2006. we all know mary as a very capable secretary for california's resources -- california resources agency where she was the head of that agency from 1998 to 2003. those of us who remember back far enough recall the days as a senior attorney for the environment now foundation. she was also co-founder of the first environmental justice working group in the state. we are very pleased here in san francisco and i believe all of you should be very pleased to have mary as the moderator of our first panel. mary, it's time for you to take it away. thank you. . >> thank you so much, susan, for that very generous introduction and also to the city and the public utilities commission for hosting this landmark event. it really is wonderful to see water utilities taking
SFGTV2
Sep 15, 2010 12:00am PDT
moderator. and our moderator of our first panel, which is rising seas and coastal challenges, that moderator of our first panel is mary d. nichols. she is currently director of the ucla institute of the environment. she was appointed by mayor antonio villarugoso, commissioner of los angeles and serves as its president through september, 2006. we all know mary as a very capable secretary for california's resources -- california resources agency where she was the head of that agency from 1998 to 2003. those of us who remember back far enough recall the days as a senior attorney for the environment now foundation. she was also co-founder of the first environmental justice working group in the state. we are very pleased here in san francisco and i believe all of you should be very pleased to have mary as the moderator of our first panel. mary, it's time for you to take it away. thank you. . >> thank you so much, susan, for that very generous introduction and also to the city and the public utilities commission for hosting this landmark event. it really is wonderful to see water utiliti
SFGTV2
Sep 22, 2010 12:00am PDT
seas and coastal challenges, that moderator of our first panel is mary d. nichols. she is currently director of the ucla institute of the environment. she was appointed by mayor antonio villarugoso, commissioner of los angeles and serves as its president through september, 2006. we all know mary as a very capable secretary for california's resources -- california resources agency where she was the head of that agency from 1998 to 2003. those of us who remember back far enough recall the days as a senior attorney for the environment now foundation. she was also co-founder of the first environmental justice working group in the state. we are very pleased here in san francisco and i believe all of you should be very pleased to have mary as the moderator of our first panel. mary, it's time for you to take it away. thank you. . >> thank you so much, susan, for that very generous introduction and also to the city and the public utilities commission for hosting this landmark event. it really is wonderful to see water utilities taking a leadership role in discussing this key issue and parti
ABC
Sep 16, 2010 11:35pm EDT
nation's hospitals. we've got the latest from johns hopkins. >>> under the sea. they can grow to be as big as a bus. whale sharks. more gentle whale their ferocious shark, though. we go underwater for a close encounter with them. >>> plus, wet and wild. they're the hottest parties in las vegas. the sun, the suits, the tunes and the booze draw thousands every day. it's a huge new business for hotels, and it's a "sign of the times." >> announcer: from the global resources of abc news, with terry moran, cynthia mcfadden, and bill weir in new york city, this is "nightline," september 16th, 2010. >> good evening, i'm terry moran. and we're going to begin tonight with an astounding and deadly confrontation in a baltimore hospital corridor, where a man upset by his mother's grim prognosis shot the attending doctor, and then killed his mother and himself. and, in a strange twist, this shooting bore an eerie similarity to a "grey's anatomy" episode that aired tonight, meeting fiction in just a horrible way here. in baltimore, authorities are still piecing together just what happened in that
NBC
Sep 21, 2010 4:30am PDT
, right now at 61 and not much wind, but later on we will see a stronger sea breeze. temperatures are mild and you can see a sign of a stronger sea breeze. southwest winds at 15 and that is stronger than 24 hours ago. the temperatures are going to be dropping down. highs inland mainly 60s and 70s and starting friday, a different weather pattern. we will see 90s towards the weekend. around the east bay. dublin and pleasanton, some of the warmer spots to livermore and 76 for a high. richmond is 68 and mo raga near st. marys and mid 70s around pitsburg. the seven-day forecast showing the last full day of summer which is today will be mild. cooling tomorrow and heating up towards the weekend. the only concern is that coastal fog. >> we will keep our eyes out for that and the effect on the freeway. i want to take you to the south bay where we have breaking news that happened a bit ago. we have more details and a closure for the expressway. on the other side, it's divided. it's the one portion that is closed right now. reports of a car and a person in the car was found dead at the scene. th
NBC
Sep 27, 2010 11:00pm PDT
70s, san jose upper 70s now. notice no sign of a sea breeze. that's the troblem when it comes to our spare the air days. tomorrow day four of our spare the air days due to unhealthy air quality for our inland valleys and a sneak preview heading to lunch tomorrow. without that sea breeze tomorrow, lisa, i'm looking at temperatures in the tri valley that look to be almost 105 tomorrow. we'll have a full look at that in the forecast in a few minutes. >> this is supposed to be fall, right? >> supposed to be. not tomorrow. >> it's not only record temperatures, it's the air we're breathing in. as rob just mentioned, tomorrow is another spare the air day, adding more concern about that stifling heat. we're live in walnut creek tonight where the somewhat koco air is pretty deceiving. george? >> reporter: yeah, the display has been saying 107 degrees for the past hour. tomorrow will be another spare the air day, some unhealthy air and high temperatures. >> when it's a spare the air day, here's what you see. hazy skies. >> i come from san mateo so you can really see it in this valley. it's hea
Univision
Sep 26, 2010 11:00pm PDT
pide que cuide su casa. >> usted quiere que la marihuana sea legal es la encuesta realizada. >> cuenta con el visto bueno en las grandres ciudades . >> esta mañana en san francisco la policía acudio a un llamado de ruido. >> los policias quisieron hablar con el sospechoso y los amenazo con una arma y la policía disparo . >> el putno radica que el departamento conside con pocos. >> enseguida en noticias. >> retiran miles de autos la medida es que el conductor pierde el control del volante. >> buenas noches así estan las condiciones de hoy. >> san francisco 56 grados. >> veremos como las temperatura estara para esta semana ya volvemos la compaÑia que fabrica los autos hyundai, informo que retirara voluntariamente del autos hyundai, informo que retirara voluntariamente del mercado unos... compañia dijo que retirara miles de auto debido que fue detectado el problema que pierde el control del volante en los modelos 2011 cualquier informacion que necesite llame al número . >> el grupo intocable se unio. >> este año el festival fue dedicado a la revolucion mexicana . >> de
Telemundo
Sep 22, 2010 6:30pm PDT
no sea una disputa electoral si no una solución a este problema. >>>josé: señor presidente muchas gracias >>> muchas gracias. >>>josé: y para ver las dos partes de esta entrevista exclusiva con el presidente obama vaya a telemundo.com/noticias y tenemos en inglés y otra en traducción y también en enfo enfoq enfoque. gracias al presidente por su gentileza con nosotros. los defensores del dream act no se dan por vencidos pese a la votación negativa, lori nos informa que su planes continúan. >>>lori: para atrás ni para tomar impulso, es la actitud de los promotores del dream act, los tu distinestudiantes de fwus ka buscan na buscan más aliados para su causa >>> no nos preocupa nos duele un poco pero seguimos adelante. >>>lori: a su batalla se unió el el presidensecretario de educac porque muchos creen no tener un futuro porque son indocumentados. >>> dijo que para mantener a los estudiantes motivados deben ser que su arduo trabajo los llevará la ciudad. el líder de la mayoría harry reid dijo que habrá un voto sobre el dream act la pregunta es cuándo, muchos piensan fa d
PBS
Sep 27, 2010 5:00pm PDT
in the east china sea. he said six japan coast guard boats have been kiss patched to the area, to insure that the chinese ships do not enter japanese waters. >> translator: we've already warned china four times to stop taking such action. we wonder why the country won't simply stop doing such things. >> yoshito sengoku reiterated that the islands are japanese territory and this is acknowledged historically internationally. he said japan's government will address the matter. >>> the head of japan's largest business organization has expressed concern about the rising tension between japan and china over the incident near the senkaku islands. now he said the situation should not be allowed to affect bilateral economic activities. japan business federation chairperson, spoke about the issue at a news conference on monday. >> the senkaku issue has become a major problem between japan and china, let's look at how the story has unfolded. >> top officials from japanese ministries and agencies gathered at prime minister naoto kan's official residence on the night of september 7th, to discu
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